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Jamb fragment, possibly door. Moulding comprises: hollow chamfer, quadrant, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer, quadrant.

Jamb and arch of O'Kelly tomb, the moulding is unusual, and comprises from intrados: hollow chamfer, hollow chamfer, hollow chamfer (forming a kind of polygonal shaft), protruding double roll.

Annulet or shaft-ring of window angle shaft. Moulding, from top down comprises: roll, outward splaying bell, flat surface, roll, flat surface, inward splaying bell, roll.

Hood of door, moulding comprises: angle keel flanked at either side by quarter roll, with hollow chamfer at front face leanding to wall surface. Mouldings broad and Transitional in character.

Jamb and arch of pointed door that might be called Transitional or Early English in style. The mouldings perhaps too large and simple to be Early English. Moulding comprises: angle roll flanked at either side by quarter roll, and to front face by hollow chamfer.

Hood of window angle shaft. Moulding comprises: angle keel flanked at either side by quarter hollows and chamfers.

Angle roll terminating the splay of the window jamb, moulding from angle comprises: roll, hollow, chamfer.

Statue corbel at south side of nave, moulding from top down comprises: abacus, quadrant, flat surface, quadrant, fillet, hollow chamfer, fillet, bell, scroll, fillet, flat surface, quadrant, quarter roll (upside-down scroll), fillet, bell, necking roll.

Capital of tomb niche jambs, from top down moulding comprises: abacus, quarter roll, quarter roll, angle-fillet, scroll with lower fillet, bell, necking roll. This capital is very similar to those at Holycross Abbey and it's related group, except that there is no keel in the bell here.

The tomb chest section of canopied tomb, edge moulding of chest with pinnacle to sinister and moulding of small traceried panel to dexter. Moulding comprises, from pinnacle: fillet, quarter roll, quarter roll, flat surface, quarter roll, flat surface, quadrant, right-angled rebate, hollow chamfer. This tomb niche, in its overall composition, is…

Jamb of sedilia, moulding from intrados comprises: hollow, roll-and-fillet, flat surface, roll-and-fillet, chamfer. The hood, from the outer edge, comprises: roll with frontal fillet, hollow flanked by fillets, quadrant. Few hollows flanked by fillets occur in Irish architecture, in England, Morris sees them as the progenitor of the casement -…

Base of sedilia, with two water-holding elements. From top down moulding comprises: necking roll-and-fillet, hollow, roll with upper fillet, hollow, roll with upper fillet, chamfer, plinth. Again, this might most readily be called debased Early English.

Capital of sedilia shafts. complex moulding comprises from top down: roll-and-fillet, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, roll, angle-fillet, roll-and-fillet, bell, necking roll-and-fillet. Four unit capital, perhaps fourteenth-century, best called degenerate Early English.

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